Vintage style art print of Belfast from the top of Cave Hill. The scene features the famous Napoleon’s Nose and includes Belfast Lough, the Titanic visitor centre and the iconic Harland and Wolff cranes, Samson and Goliath.
Cave Hill, sometimes spelled as Cavehill, is a basaltic hill overlooking the city of Belfast, Northern Ireland. It forms part of the southeastern border of the Antrim Plateau. It is distinguished by its ‘Napoleon’s Nose’, a basaltic outcrop which resembles the profile of the emperor Napoleon. Cave Hill is thought to be the inspiration for Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. Swift imagined that the Cave Hill resembled the shape of a sleeping giant safeguarding the city.